We are focuses on linen because it’s a highly sustainable material. It creates no waste (as all parts of the flax plant are used) and requires fewer resources to grow and process. Cultivating linen doesn’t require pesticides, and compared with cotton it uses far less water to grow. Animals are not used in the production of linen fabric. It is important to use good quality European linen. This fabric is much higher quality, which is essential when you are creating your sustainable wardrobe. With durable, long-lasting fabrics like linen you get more wear
and discard less.
Linen fabric is biodegradable.
Linen is highly absorbent:
The flax fiber of linen is hollow and absorbs moisture well. To be precise, it can absorb up to 20% of its own weight in water before starting to feel damp.
Linen is breathable:
Apart from absorbing moisture well, linen is able to release it fast. The linen fabric dries out quickly and doesn't stick to the body. Linen is also a natural insulator meaning it keeps you cool in the summer and retains heat from your body in the colder months.
Linen is hypoallergenic:
Linen has many health properties - some claim it heals wounds faster and helps cure skin conditions, such as eczema. But most importantly, linen is hypoallergenic and is perfect for those with sensitive skin
or suffering from allergies.
Linen care guide:
Linen creases. That gives a casual look. Embrace that, it's just cool!In the beginning, the linen is a little stiff, but the more it is used, the softer it becomes. Caring for the linen items is simple and straightforward – high quality linen fabric is sturdy and durable on its own.Wash in lukewarm water (<40°C ). High temperatures may cause shrinkage of up to 10% and weaken the linen fiber. Don't wring, twist or scrub as it can stretch the fabric.